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KING PHILIP 
REGIONAL 
HIGH SCHOOL 




RSKE PUBLIC LIBRARY 

110 RANDALL ROAD 

RO. BOX 340 

WRENTHAM, MA 02093 




TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Opening Page 1 

Faculty Page 16 

Seniors Page 41 

Undergrads Page 92 

Sports Page 126 

Activities Page 158 

Student Life Page 177 

Editors Page Page 198 

Advertisements Page 200 





STAFF 

Editors-in-Chief: 
Diane Melin 
Kim Armstrong 
Darlene Lawrence 
Lisa Chutjian 

Advisors: 
Larry DeSantos 
Gail Theroux 
Janice Fagan 

Copy Editor: 
Jim Thibeau 

Business Manager: 
Lisa Boyden 

Photography Editor: 
Charles Fish 

Sports Editors: 

Sue Bourque 

Gary Sweed I 










PURPOSE: 

The purpose of the 1978 Chieftain is 
to represent the different individuals 
that make King Philip a diverse and 
complete community. 



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Merrideth Crawford, Class President, receives the 
silver trophy cup for the winning Senior float. 






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Sophomore Float 






Freshmen Float 




Homecoming Queen: Lisa Kenney 



Court: D. Ravinski, Lisa, L. McCarthy, K. O'Donnell 





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Junior Float 






To kick off the spirit week a 
Saturday night dance was held 
in honor of our football 
players. The fabulous band, 
Blitz played till 11. 





Monday, K.P. 
students and 
teachers 
showed up in 
their raunchi- 
est clothes. 



DeluU'Remv 
training chart 





Each class dressed in the color 
that was assigned to them. 
Seniors- Brown, Juniors- Red, 
Sophomores- Yellow, Freshmen- 
White and Faculty-Green. The 
Junior Class won the contest. 



WE'VE 
GOT 
THE 

SPIRIT 



The girls received a name tag 
when they entered the school 
building. If a girl speaks to a 
boy she forfeits the tag to the 
boy. The winner was Tony Mac- 
cione, who collected the most 
tags. 





Thursday, students and 
teachers were wearing 
strange hats of every 
kind: From a sheik's 
turben to a pile of 
different hats on one 
head. The winners 
were Mark Healey, 
Ed Cataldo, Larry 
LaPointe, Linda Ma- 
Crakon, Laura Hanlon, 
and Tom Lang. 






Friday marked the conclusion of spirit 
week: Green & Gold Day, where every- 
one wore school colors. The pep rally 
was a complete success, and to the 
Queen and her court it was the moment 
to be remembered. 





Left: "I just need to 
rest my eyes for, a few 
minutes, Mr. Maloney" 
— S. Underhill Right: 
Sue LeBlanc "The 
great mad Scientist at 
work on her newest 
formula" 






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L: R. Stoddard "I, uh, 
I don't want to play any- 
more" R: M. Neal, G. 
Sweed "Did you study 
for this test?" 




Top R: " . . . and the Lord spoke to Moses saying 
..." J. Morriseau Top L: "the corn husks, 
pumpkin and the TURKEY?" Diane Brown 






A wooden motorcyclist 
"COLLISION!!" 






Left: Two K.P. joggers "If they tie our shoelaces together ONE MORE TIME 
Binkie McKenna "It's a good feeling to have someone you like beside you." 



Right: Chip Diamond and 




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Left: Mrs. D'Aniello gives a helping 
hand. Top Left: Kendra Jenson, Belinda 
Kuphal, "Did you hear about that . . . ?" 
Top Right: a friend and Patty Mahoney- 
acting like Barbara Streisand- 



Far Right: Congratula- 
tions from coach to Tony 
Sepe. Top Left: Linda 
asks Diane: "How do you 
like my new necklace?" 
Bottam Left: Clean-up 
committee takes a break. 




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L: B. Dumont-"Hi-Ya!" Shows off his mastery 
of Karate -7- on the soccer field? Bottom L: 
Charles Fish-going for his last two drags. R: 
M. Belcher has no time for pretty pictures. 





L: The Media Center at- 
tracts gossipers and studi- 
ers. Top R: No one studies 
in Senior Study! R: Voc. 
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Top R: M. Powderly, K. Flynn with friends "What is so funny 
about Nickie's hair?" Bottom R: L. MacKinnon "Get the photog- 
rapher out of here" 





Bottom R: Mark, Jeff and John "Why do you always corner me? Far 
L: M. Crawford looks at the silver cup that was awarded to her for 
the Senior Float. Center: "I'm the greatest. I'm even better than 
Muhummad Ali" — Kathy 




Joan Maloney "If I could 
make one wish . . ." 








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The School Committee is the people who 
make and decide on the school attendance 
policy" 
I -Jeanne Wright, Chairperson 




Mr. Grady 



Ms. Robbins 





Mrs. Larsen 





Mr. Amoling 




Mr. Pelletier 





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Mr. Meyer 



Mr. Kelter 



Mr. Camber 



"A good school is one that best serves the needs of the people who attend it. 
Since K.P. is one of the only fully comprehensive schools in the state, that is, 
both the academic and vocational sections are together under one roof, we feel 
we offer a satisfactory academic curriculum to our students." 

-Mr. LaVine, Principal 





"Behind every great administrator . . ." 
-an anonymous stenographer 







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Mrs. Yarrington-Vocational 
office 





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Ms. Grasso-Principal's office 



Student Aids: 

Kim Newell 
Susan Morrison 
Susan Barnes 
Valerie Boatright 
Tammy Reed 
Kendra Jensen 



Colleen O'Laughlin 

Tammy Miner 

Margaret Elliot 

Helene Leuthold 

Stephanie Kelly 

Caulleen Caudieux 



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"Give these nice people a break; the food 
isn't that bad" 

-J. Thibeau 



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Mrs. Martin, Mrs. Wicklund, Mrs. Kennedy, Mrs. Discuillo, Mrs. 
Mitchell, Mrs. Urnstrom, Mrs. Mucciarone, Mrs. Coughlan, and Mrs. 
Treen 



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Mrs. Discuillo 



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Mr. Burke 



"I believe that if we did not have Mr. Burke 
and all his custodians, we would not have a 
clean and smooth-running school." 

-an anonymous person 




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Left to Right: Mr. Johnson, Mr. Lavallee 
Mr. Ellsworth and Mr. Burke — KEEP UP 
THE GOOD WORK!! 



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'Student Services exists only for the 
students, and we offer to them a multitude 
of services." 

-Mr. Geib 







Mr. Kasparian 




Ms. Brennan 



Mrs. DiRe 




Ms. Gamache 



Miss Hansen 





Mr. Bergquist 



Mr. Keleher 



Miss Resca 



'Everything that comes into your 
head doesn't have to come out of your 
mouth." 

-Mr. Fortunato, Librarian 






"A foreign language is a unique way to learn 
about the people who speak it. It enables a 
student to better understand the people and the 
way they express themselves." 

-Mr. Lanciaux 




Mrs. Beltis 



Mrs. McNeil 




Miss Vine 



Mrs. Watkins 



Mrs. Watkins 




"Gym is healthy. It gives the kids a chance 
to work out their frustrations, or to have some 
fun." 

-Mr. Dittrich 




Mr. Cosentino 






Mrs. Pfeffer 



Mrs. Smith 




"Office Occupations and Distributive Educa- 
tion at King Philip prepares students for work 
in broad career fields rather than for a narrow 
range of specific jobs. Our programs allow stu- 
dents to proceed into satisfying jobs or further 
education." 

-Miss Watremez 





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"Math, for those who do not plan to enter a 
related field, is important in that it attempts 
to establish within the student a type of 
logical thinking applicable to many areas 
and many disciplines." 

-Miss Szczepaniak 





"Knowledgable citizens make for a better society, 
and through social studies one gains knowledge of 
the society we live in." 

-Mr. Poulos 













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Mr. Glowinski 





Mr. Hill 





Miss Manteca 



Mr, Simarrian 




Miss Podgers 



Miss Theroux 



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"Our main objective is to give to the student 
everything — the tools and the knowledge — 



he will need in the future.' 



-Mrs. Negus 





Mr. Maloney 



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"The vocational and academic sides of King Philip have been separ- 
ated from one another, but now, through occupational courses that are 
or will be offered, we are attempting to bridge that gap." 

-Mr. A. Nesti, Vocational Head 





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Mr. I. Cass, Automotive 




Mr. M. Drisko, Automotive 




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Mr. Kozak, Plumbing 




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Mr. W. Moore, Machine 



Mr. R. Pierce, Machine 



Mr. J. Pratt, Machine 









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"The science department at King Philip is 
highly specialized, and because of this, each 
teacher feels he can give to the student what 
he, the teacher, does best." 

-Mr. Ligor 




Mr. Lazzara 



Mr. Schmidt 




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at aiti{ moment to 
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Class Council: Back row: E. Wadleigh, J. Clarke, J. Pothier, L. McCarthy, D. Brown, D. Melin, L. McCracken, J. 
Fuery. Front row: R. Grady, N. O'Connell, K. Bullock, D. Lawrence, M. Nisei, M. Crawford, C. Tumavicus, S. Pel- 
letier. 



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In September of '75 the doors of King Philip High opened wide to one of the greatest classes to ever pass through 
its doors - the Class of '78. 

Although half of the class was at the Junior High, under the direction of our newly elected class officers, Pres.- S. 
Underhill, V. Pres.- M. Crawford, Treas.- M. Scholtes, Sec- S. Elliot, the work.got done. Our freshman float with 
the theme "We'll shoot the Rockets back to North" didn't get us first place but in the years to follow our leadership 
showed. With the help of our class advisor Mrs. Cindy Sussan, our spaghetti supper, "Springfling", and Semi-formal 
were all great successes. 

Following the summer of '76 the class entered as a whole into the newly additioned high school. "After old friend- 
ships were re-united and new friendships were made", the class officers, Pres.- M. Crawford, V. Pres.- M. Scholtes, 
Sec- P. Jaworski, Treas.- R. Geromini, Mrs. Sussan and the class council put forward their best effort to make our 
sophomore year as best as possible. The first major event of our sophomore year was our float, the theme "Stoughton 
Knights will show their flaws and get caught in K.P. Jaws" won us a near first place. Our sophomore year was our 
most profitable year. We held such events as: flea market/car wash, Chicken BBQ, gym nights, candy sales, Valen- 
tine's Day Dance, and our Semi-formal. All were great fun, and again it was time for another summer vacation. 

When the school doors opened again in September things were different, we were upper classmen now and mighty 
proud of it. The class officers for our junior year were as follows: Pres.- M. Crawford, V. Pres.- R. Geromini, Treas. - 
T. Hartley, Sec- J. Clarke. With the help of them and many others the class had a very successful year. If there was 
one saying that got used it was "beat the Seniors", and that's just what we did. To start off the year we participated 
in a few pep-ralleys. We blew the doors off the other classes with our "Juniors never stagger." Soon again it was 
homecoming time. Our slogan for the float was "O.A. will fight to no avail: K.P. will hang'em by the tail." Good 
Ol Amos won us first place. Mrs. Sussan, Mr. Besaw and Miss Hansen made fine advisors. Our pizza bakes, candy 
sales and pancake breakfast brought in a large sum of money with few fatalities. Our ten or so Rock-a-thon partici- 
pants rocked ten hours for alot of laughs, sunburns and about one-hundred dollars. Competition night was held by 
student council on 1/77. It was alot of fun with races like a ball toss, sneaker race, wheel barrel race and a tug of war. 



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And of course you know which class won all but 2 (?) races! When the end of the year came rollin' in the Junior- 
Senior Prom "Could It Be Magic" was held at the Blue Hills Country Club on May 12, 1977, it was a great time 
for all. The last event of our junior yearwas our Pot-Luck Supper in which each person was asked to bring some food 
for admission. Music was played, joke gifts were passed out and everybody had a good time. May-was the Seniors last 
day of school and on June 3rd they all graduated. What a feeling it was walking down the hallway knowning that in 
12 months you'd be doing the same thing. Finally our junior year ended and every junior went home for their last 
summer "high school" vacation. 

On September 8, 1977 the doors of King Philip High opened their doors one last time for the class of '78. The 
officers elected to head our Senior year were: Pres.- M. Crawford, V. Pres.- R. Geromini, Treas.- T. Hartley, Sec- 
J. Clarke, Mrs. Sussan, Mr. Bertiletti and Miss Hansen were our class advisors and a class council consisting of about 
25 members all worked hard to make our Senior year at King Philip the best ever. 

Homecoming was held on October 9th this year. This year's first place theme was "K.P. Warriors will chase the 
Foxes back to their borrough." 

After homecoming the class got right down to business starting off with a candy sale, gym nights and suppers of 
all kinds. 

Our Senior Superlatives, class trip, donkey basketball game and Senior Prom were highlights of the best year we 
have ever spent at King Philip Regional High School. 

"And so the activities and events of the class of '78 are brought up to date." Soon each member of the class will 
go his or her own seperate way and the doors of King Philip High will close and each of us will take with us the 
memories and friendships that we'll remember for the rest of our lives. 





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CLASS CHAUVANIST: 

Gary Sweed 
MOST LIBERATED: 

Eileen Anderson 




BEST PERSONALITY: 

Larry LaPointe 
Diane Brown 




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MOST SCHOLARLY: 
Jim Thibeau 
Janice Pothier 




MOST TYPICAL: 

David Hoyle 
Debbie Hokanson 



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CLASS COUPLE 
Dave McElwee 
Diane Doherty 



MOST POPULAR: 

Bob Geromini 
Diane Brown 



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MOST SCATTER-BRAINED: 

Ralph Guisti 

Martha Kelly 

Shawn Hartley (not Shown) 




CUTEST: 

Mark Scholtes Brenda Duponte 






CLASS PARTIERS: Kevin Hamlin, Trisha Hartley 
BEST LOOKING: David Matthews, Karen OTJonnell 
BEST OVER-ALL: Mark Scholtes, Diane Brown 
ALWAYS LATE: Shawn and Trisha Hartley 
MOST UNCHANGED: Carlton Dean, Linda McKracken 
MOST TALKATIVE: Bob Geromini, Kathy Cori 
CLASS LOAF: Kevin Hamlin, Trisha Hartley 



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Head Football Coach - Wayne Simarrian - "The 1977 King Philip Warrior foot- 
ball team worked very hard. What they may have lacked in game experience, 
they made up for with DESIRE. The success of this year's team goes beyond the 
won - loss record and may be best exemplified by the players' ability to give 
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Line Coach (?)-Steve Daniels: With this being my first year as an assistant football 
coach, I have had a very enjoyable experience. Working with a team that has had such 
heart and determination whether winning or losing; a team that didn't know how to give 
up. 



University of Texas 
Longhorns are #1. 
Hook 'em horns! 
-Gary Sweed: #54 

Time spent wasted 
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-Shawn Hartley: #65 

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-Scott Odams: #10 

To be number one is 

to be anybody at all 

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-Scott Bailey: #44 

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Foxboro 


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O.A. 


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Backfield Coach: T. Schmidt-In my seven years at K.P., I have found that each group 
has had a unique characteristic, and I feel the 1977 Fighting Warriors have shown a 
great desire to achieve above the skills that they possess. Gentlemen, with this quality, 
I can't help but feel you will succeed in your future endeavors. 




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'Cross Country is a four letter word — LOVE!" Coach Berteletti. 




Top- Go K.P.! 

Left- "I made it!" 

Right- "My feet are Killing me!" 

Bottom left- "The Winner!" 

Bottom Right - "I'm coming up 

fast!" 



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Franklin 


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Canton 


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Sharon 


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Franklin 


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Canton 


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N.A. 


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Sharon 


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Stoughton 


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Franklin 


25-30 


Canton 


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N.A. 


24-32 


Sharon 


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O.A. 


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Foxboro 


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Mans. 


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Stoughton 


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Franklin 


19-44 


Canton 


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Sharon 


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N.A. 


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O.A. 


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Foxboro 


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as a whole pulled together and showed a team spirit and effort that made for 
a very successful year. 

-Coach Paul Giandomenico 





Line 1: Coach A, P. Kelly, J. Zaccardi, D. Holmes, S. Odams, R. Holmes, D. McElwee, A. 
Sepi, D. Palmborg, L. McColm, C. Sly. Line 2: Coach O'Connell, mgr. J. Manning, M. Healy, 
D. Boulter, R. Woodworth, S. Snow, J. Buck, B. Hamlin, B. Kinlin, B. Holski, W. Pineo, P. 
Bullick, J. Murry, C. Sepi, Coach Giandomenico 






SCORFBOAR 



VISITORS VS. K.P. 



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"It shows originality, and expresses your feel- 
ings."; "A way to express yourself, feelings, shows 
strength & ability to control movements by deep 
concentration." Beth.; "Although it can be frus- 
trating at times, in the end, your determination 
and pain pays off." B. DuPonte. 



Visitors vs. K.P. Gloucester 72.7-66.7, Wal- 
pole 69.3-70.3, N.A. 75.55-78,25, Taunton 44.82- 
7 losses. 



"#1, Painful; #2, Hardwork; #3, Challenging: 1 M.Calla- 
han (capt.) "If you prove yourself as an individual then you 
know your helping the team too." L. Kenney "Working hard 
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I am sure the four years at K.P. have passed quickly, 
and I hope the desire and determination that you have 
given the basketball program has a rewarding effect on 
your future endeavors. 

-Coach Tom Schmidt 




If only all our games 




were like Stoughton! 






-John Lewicki 




We had six people die 




this year from the dust on 




the gym floor. 






-Larry LaPointe, 






co-captain 




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-Ralph Guisti 




K.P. 


Opp. 




58 


N.A. 


51 


65 


N.A. 


52 


49 


O.A. 


88 


67 


O.A. 


66 


53 


Foxboro 


59 


70 


Foxboro 


62 


61 


Mansfield 


69 


70 


Mansfield 


66 


77 


Stoughton 


64 


77 


Stoughton 


83 


52 


Sharon 


78 


41 


Sharon 


47 


60 


Canton 


75 


59 


Canton 


61 


56 


Franklin 


61 


59 


Franklin 


62 


59 


Blackstone/Mill 


29 


67 


D/S 


70 


77 


D/S 


80 


62 


Nantucket 


70 


51 


Martha's Vin. 


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J.V., Front L-R: D. Patton, J. Amidon, D. Wardner, M. Byrne, S. 
Thompson, B. McVane, P. Moeckel, E. Tobin, S. Warren, J. Clout- 
ier, W. Rice, coach. 





Varsity. Front: P. Eichen, M. Thibeault, L. Richards, R. Brosnan, 
P. McKewon, D. Brown, C. Woodhams. Back: Coach Smith, K. 
Brown, J. Ellis, S. Kane, K. Stockman, K. Corsi, N. Plummer, L. 
Harmon, J. Jaworski. 









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aren't so bad if you tell them 
what to do." 

-Vin Vallely 

"On a scale of one to ten, 
Coach Smith probably rates a 
negative five." 

-name withheld by request 



K.P. 


Opp. 




30 


N.A. 


40 


36 


N.A. 


34 


36 


O.A. 


40 


31 


O.A. 


38 


51 


Mansfield 


34 


45 


Franklin 


60 


38 


Franklin 


40 


50 


Stoughton 


48 


45 


Stoughton 


44 


38 


Foxboro 


48 


44 


Foxboro 


50 


39 


Sharon 


44 


44 


Sharon 


50 


46 


Canton 


34 


41 


Canton 


29 


42 


D/S 


44 


49 


D/S 


40 


37 


Hull 


28 





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FOOTBALL: LEFT TO RIGHT D. 
Ravinski, D. Workman, E. Shruhan, 
T. Hartley, D. Embree, P. Sciaba, 
D. Newell, V. Clark, S. Hill, B. 
DuPonte. 



BASKETBALL: LEFT TO RIGHT 
FROM TOP TO BOTTOM J. Smith, 
M. Finnegan, L. Armstrong, D. Hokan- 
son, C. Odoardi, D. Fields, J. Bray, M. 
Belcher, D. O'Connell, P. Blankiron. 





HOCKEY: LEFT TO RIGHT 
TOP TO BOTTOM D. Cashmen, 
B. Clive, D. Theriault, K. Brule, J.. 
Lawless, Donna Theriault M. Nor- 
ton, M. Kelly, S. Kelly, V. McPhee, 
P. Jelenik. 





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Top Row — L to R: Mr. Guil- 
lemette, L. MacKinnon, N. 
Linton, J. Bryant, L. Ribero, 
R. Stodart, L. Swallow, D. 
Waitkevich, E. Matthys, B. 
Lawrence. Bottom Row — L. 
White, A. Perry, W. Hewitt, 
C. Dean, R. Shaw, S. Galvin, 
P. Gilson, J. Lawless. 



A. Perry, treasurer, N. Linton, 
vice-president, L. MacKinnon, 
president, R. Stodart, presi- 
dent, L. White, secretary, L. 
Lawless, parliamentarian, S. 
Galvin, historian. 



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Top Row - - L to R; R. Bar- 
ney, K. Amidon, D. Luongo, 
V. McPhee, J. Candela. Bot- 
tom Row; R. Merrill, R. Leon- 
ard, R. McLane, W. Higgins, 
M. Lopes. 




Top Row — L to R; Ms. Bru- 
nelli, R. Cornell, J. Lasky, G. 
Leonard, S. Wichland, A. 
Tumavicus, L. Fisher. Bottom 
Row; L. Barstow, P. Waitke- 
vich, H. Shilo, M. Crosby, A. 
Benedetti, W. Donnelly. 




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1st Row-L to R: S. Bourque, 
P. Eichen, D. Melin, L. Chut- 
jian, K. Armstrong, D. Law- 
rence, N. Herbert, D. Shanks, 
E. Newell. 2nd Row: B. Butler, 
S. McNulty, F.Cook, J. Thi- 
beau, A. Picullel, C. Fish III, 
L. Boyden, S. Underhill. 3rd 
Row: W. Henry, M. Nisei, P. 
Swift, N. Wilkinson, G. 
Sweed, J. Pothier. 



Chief 



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Advisors Mrs. Fagan and Ms. 
Theroux. 






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"You didn't expect me to 
WORK, did you?" 



"I'm not going to listen to another lecture on 
deadlines!" 



'Deadline? 
Today?!" 



"Working on the yearbook has made me believe in make-believe. You 
don't know how much of the stuff we put in there is make-believe." 
An anonymous editor. 



Editors-in-chief — Diane 
Melin, Lisa Chutjian, Kim 
Armstrong, and Darlene 
Lawrence. 




163 









1st Row-L to R: J. Rose, S. 
Hayes, M. Kelly, M. La- 
Lumia, V. Clark, P. Donnelly, 
M. Finnegan, Mr. Houde, V. 
Wenzel, B. Clive, H. Guenth- 
ner, H. Polovick, P. Sadjak, B. 
Butler, D. Christenson. 2nd 
Row: T. Rose, L. Edwards, L. 
Kenney, D. Ravinski, D. 
Brown, K. Amidon, R. 
Finnegan. 



Student Council 
Student Advisory 







L to R: B. Butler, L. Edwards, 
J. Rose, D. Ravinski, R. 
Russell, J. Guay, J. Killion. 



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L to R: J. Iarossi, J. Power, 
P. Schoppee, Mr. Kasparian, 
K. Newell, T. Lang. 



Chess Club 




Back row — L to R: Mr. 
Guillemette, B. Butler, T. 
Stockwell, Mr. Lavallee. Front 
row — L to R: T. Waldron, J. 
Waitkevich. 




Coin Club 



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L to R: J. Wilson, L. LaPointe, T. 
Rapoza, J. Fitzgerald. 



L to R: S. Carchidi, R. Watremez, 
K. Corsi, C. Woodhams. 

BoipIIs' 
Ifcalbe 




Front Row — L to R; M. Callahan, L. Chutjian, M. Nisei, S. Hayden, B. 
Dupont, P. Costa, J. Pothier, P. Jaworski, D. Waitkevich, D. McElwee. Back 
Row; L. LaPointe, C. Woodhams, L. McCracken, T. Rapoza; treasurer, K. 
Corsi; vice-president, K. Bullock; president, J. Fitzgerald; secretary, J. Wil 
son, C. Woodhams, K. Davin. 



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Alternate R. Watremez and delegate J. Pothier. 




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Wurses 



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L to R: D. Maccione, L. Mc- 
Cracken, S. Kelley, S. Benker, 
Mrs. Gamache, S. Amoling, 
L. Shruhan, M. Paul, C. Holt, 
A. Dill, M. McCracken. 



Front Row — L to R: histor- 
ian, C. Pass, secretary, S. 
Kelley, president, M. Kelly, 
treasurer, D. Swanson, parlia- 
mentarian, R. Merrill. Back 
Row — L to R: C. Farrar, 
G. Gundlach, M. Lumnah, 
D. Morel, C. Smith, C. Sousa, 
K.Holda, T.Kelly, C.Smith, 
L. Mandoni, S. Cafferkey, M. 
Magna. 





L to R: W. Howard, Mr. 
Fortunato, J. O'Gara, J. 
Woodman, J. Lewicki, T. 
Morel, M. Flynn, D. Gately 
T. O'Brien, B. Less,A.Char- 
ron, J. Richard, K. Hollis, A. 
Rausch, J. Delaney. 



169 




L to R: Mr. White, S. Zagie- 
boylo, B. Butler, S. Benker, J. 
Mullaney, L. Chutjian, V. Wen- 
zel, L. Hanlon, J. Wilson, presi- 
dent P. Costa. 



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D. Waitkevich 
delegate 



J. Pothier 
alternate 



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Back Row— L to R: Mrs. Al- 
ter, J. Daniels, L. Fisher, K. 
Newell, M. Thompson. Front 
Row— L. to R: C. Turner, D. 
Gately, B. Less. 




171 






Mrs. Eleanor R. Alter, a teaching 
institution here at K.P. since 1963, 
will be leaving us forever at the end 
of this year due to lack of intelli- 
gence in today's established bureau- 
cracy which fails to recognize the 
irretrievable talents of the individual 
while concerning itself exclusively with 
dates, figures, and statistics. 

As a teacher, Mrs. Alter is as 
knowledgable and as talented in the 
field of literature as any instructor 
who has ever stood before a class at 
K.P. As a person, she is kind and 
compassionate (though she may also 
be strict and demanding). For 15 
yrs. she has given all of herself to 
her students, for to her there is 
nothing more important than to im- 
part knowledge and to cultivate un- 
tapped creativity. For this she is to 
be praised and thanked, for the number 
of people she has helped to discover 
the true scope of their capabilities 
is immeasurable. 

I speak for many students, both 
past and present, when I thank her 
for enriching our lives, wish her luck 
and many, many more fruitful years, 
and tell her how much she will be 
missed. 

Thank you, Mrs. Alter. 




A FEW DANCING WORDS. . . 

But how can I write in December what I would 
like to say in June?/And the more impossible 
it would be for a few dancing words to describe/ 
The madcap, rushing, dancing years that have 
been my portion here-/Ever since the bright Sep- 
tember morn in '63 when I started teaching English 
under Warren G. Pressley and Walter White. 
What can I say that would stay fresh as dew? 
Why, I will greet you as I leave. /Just as I always 
do my students at the start of every day-so, "Good 
Morning!" For this is truly the way/I look at my 
life: I clamber up the hills of day until I reach 
the quiet evening gate/Ever pressing on for what 
new promises await with the unfolding of each day. 
So. . .hello, all my students and fellow teachers! 
Isn't it a beautiful day!/I say this, too, to the 
Administrators— old and new. I've loved teaching 
here/What a privilege and a dear and infinite joy, 
for I relish and welcome/Exchanging my thoughts 
with those long, long thoughts of every girl and 
boy; For time, like an hour glass, pours its sands 
out fast— and I believe I've seen my students/ 
Actually grow right before me! At least I know I 
have immeasurably grown in their company. . ./ 
Because, you see, they have also been my teachers! 
Good morning to all I have taught and worked 
beside/On this glorious, sometimes roller-coaster 
ride in my Rm. 118! There's a bright sheen/About 
that room: It's touched by thoughts of youth who 
read and write and wonder and struggle. ../Seeking 
truth. So once again, Good Morning as I retire, 
come June, and begin a whole new day/Of my own. 
Gladly I came and gladly (and sadly) shall I take 
my way wherever the Lord prepares one for me: 
/But part of me will always stay in this place, 
for here I ran with hundreds of bright young minds 
the race/Of life-to strive-to test-to search-to reach- 
to struggle-and finally to know/That life is worth 
the effort and that life is good!/ Good Morning, 
then again I say. Have a beautiful day! I love 
you all! 

-Eleanor Reed Alter 





TO MRS. SUSSAN-WITH THANKS 

I'm not sure if there are words enough in the 
English language to fully convey the deep feelings 
of thanks and appreciation we have toward Mrs. 
Sussan. We, the Class of '78, owe her a debt that, 
unfortunately, we will never be able to fully repay. 
We could say that she has been an exceptional 
advisor, but that says little—of course she has been 
exceptional, but she has been more than that; much, 
much more. It would have been impossible to have 
found a more enthusiastic (and, at times, thrifty) 
person for such an arduous, often exaspirating, job. 
She's always there, whether with brilliant ideas for 
class happenings or for raising money (of course, 
not every idea ended up making a bundle, but no- 
body can be perfect all the time). It goes without 
saying that we are sorry she is leaving, but we are, 
also, and somehow it seems fitting. At the same time, 
of course, we wish her the best of luck as she begins 
a family of her own (and she thought teaching school 
was hard). Still, there's something else; something 
more. . . 

You're one of the class, Mrs. Sussan; you're a 
part of us, and though that may seem a dubious 
honor at times, you and I, and the rest of the class, 
know better. 






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King Philip has a spirit all its own ... a spirit made unique by the many dif- 
ferent people who fill K.P.'s halls. 

We are the people who have made K.P. what it is. We are the worn floors 
and dusty blackboards, but we are also the smiling faces and shared laughter. 
We are thankful for our educations — not just from books and classrooms, 
but from our interactions with other people. We are sad in leaving the familiar 
faces, but we are eager to choose our own way of life. We know we are ready 
for this because we have seen through K.P. the many different ways to live. 
We have been taught by educators who devote their life to preparing us for 
adulthood. 

As editors of THE CHIEFTAIN, we four have been able to look at all the 
diverse characteristics of K.P. We have pulled together, in this yearbook, all 
the factors which make King Philip an ever-changing world all its own. 



Kim Armstrong, Lisa Chutjian, 

Darlene Lawrence, Diane Melin 

Editors-in-Chief 

1978 CHIEFTAIN 





Mr. Maloney * 

for all his last-minute photography 



Ms. Theroux and Mrs. Fagan 
for their assistance and care . . . 






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Larry DeSantos 
for his guidance . . . 
Linda DeSantos 

for the use of her hous on all those Wednesday nights 
John Weber 

for all HIS last-minute photography . . . 
♦and YOU 
for making 1978 the best year yet! 



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Good Luck, Pamela 

And The Class Of 78 

Walter E. Jaworski, Jr. 

Engineering 

Consultant 



65 Rockwood Rd. 
Norfolk, Mass. 



Good Luck 

Class Of 78 

KING PHILIP 

STUDENT COUNCIL 




REGIONAL PHARMACY 

The Prescription Store 
Wrentham, Mass. 



Phone 384-3700 



Congratulations To 
Nadine O'Connell 



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WRENTHAM COOPERATIVE BANK 

Your Finance Center 



102 South Street 



Banking Hours 

Monday-Thursday 

Friday 

Saturday 



9:00 A.M.-3:00 A.M. 
9:00 A.M.-7:00 P.M. 
9:00 A.M.-1:00 P.M. 



Phone 
384-3061 



W.T. HOLMES CO., INC. 

Best Wishes To The 

Class Of '78 



V. 



Congratulations To 
Class Of '78 

CARROLL'S BAIT & 
SPORTING GOODS 



Rte. 1A Norfolk 
384-8322 

We Rent & Sell 

Canoes And Boats, 

Fishing Equipment 

And Live Bait 



JK 



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W. RAY BOYDEN, JR 



Plumbing - Heating - Gas Fitting 
Commercial - Industrial - Residential 



21 Lakeside Ave. 
Wrentham, Mass. 



Bus. 668-9354 
Home 384-8362 



Good Luck Class of "78" George Shores 

Miss Manteca 

CONNIE, MY SECOND SIS-"Od" 

Mrs. M.J. Wallace 

Shirley T. Sherlock 

To the BEST of '78- The Best- SES 

William J. Costa 

Try some 3-point turns on a 

dark road sometime . . . 
Browns "All our beautiful memories!" IKE 
Mrs. Beltis 

Best wishes, Mrs. Helen Brennan 
To the staff- Through thick and thin- 

a job well done. Mrs. Fagan 



McDonald's 

We do it all for you" 




9 Tduntoy\ Street 

f/a/nvflle, Mass. 



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Congratulations 

To 
Class Of 1978 

KING PHILIP 

TEACHERS 

ASSOCIATION 



Mr. Clyde J. LaVine 
Best wishes Rhoda 

Love Gramma and Grampa Cook 
Best wishes to Rhoda 

Mom and Dad 
Ms. Krol wishes the best for all of you. 
Janna M. Bremer 
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Dire 
Gary F Lombard 
Miss Carol Leggee 
James A. Black 
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Negus 
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Simarrian 
William A. Rice 
Mr. Barkin 



Best Wishes To Suzanne And The Class Of '78 



FRANKLIN LINCOLN- MERCURY 



341 Union St. 

Franklin, Mass. 

(Near Franklin Mill Store) 

528-1900 

G. Paul McNulty, President 



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Congratulations 

From 

SUNNYSIDE 

DISCOUNT 

LIQUORS 

Route 1 
Foxboro, Mass. 



RED WINGS OF 
WALPOLE INC. 

HENRY'S 

BARBER AND 

STYLE SHOP 



WRENTHAM 

HOUSE OF 

PIZZA 



Wrentham Sq. 
Wrentham, Mass. 



LANDMARK 
ENGINEERING 

OF NEW 

ENGLAND, INC. 

JOHN R. 

JENNINGS - 

ATTORNEY AT 

LAW 



(617) 384-2431 



MORSE PAINT 
& SUPPLY CO. 



Hardware, -Gifts 
Plumbing - Supplies 

Bob Whyte 

84 South St. 

Wrentham, Mass. 



Miss Pia Brunelli 

Best Wishes Senior DECA Doobies - 

Bernie 

Best Wishes To Darlene And DeeDee - 

Harry Petrillo 



CHEVROLET 
QLOSMOBILE 



L&B 



Arthur H. Meyer 



PRESIDENT 



L&B 

Chevrolet-Oldsmobile 

26 Franklin St. 

wrentham. mass. 02093 

384-3000 



To The Yearbook Staff and Advisors - 
Thank You - D.L. 

Darlene And Bernadette - Your Life 
And Dreams Have Just Begun. 
Darlene And Bernadette - I'm Proud of 
You. Congratulations! 
Love, Aunt Lorraine 



PLAINVILLE 

HOUSE OF 

PIZZA 



107 South St. 
Plainville, Mass. 



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Congratulations 

To The 

Class Of 78 

WRENTHAM 
INSURANCE AGENCY, 

INC. 

88 South St. 

Wrentham, Mass. 

02093 



RODMAN LINCOLN MERCURY 

ROUTE 1 ■ FOXBORO, MASS. 02035 
364-5900-543-5311 



Best Luck Class 
Of '78 



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Compliments 
Of 

PIONEER ENGINE CO. 

Wrentham, MA. 
02093 

Best Of Luck 
To Class Of 78 




SUNRISE MULTI 
SERVICE CENTER 



47 East Street 
Wrentham, MA 



384 21 ll I 



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KAREN'S BEAUTY SHOP 



67 SPRING STREET 

PLAINVILLE, MASS. 

TELE. 695-6959 




BEST 

WISHES 

CLASS OF 

"78" 

PERMANENT 

FIREFIGHTERS 

PLAINVILLE 

FIRE DEPT. 




BO-PEEP MKTS. 

120 SOUTH STREET 

PLAINVILLE, MASS. 

ZIP 02762 



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Steve 



Best of luck to you and 

Your classmates of the 

"Class of '78" 

"May the force be with you 1 



m WILLIAM T. GALVIN, JR. HOME: 384-3865 

REALTOR 

REALTOR ' 

THE GALVIN COMPANY, 

REALTORS 



14 COMMON STREET 

WRENTHAM CENTER, MASS. 02093 

OFFICE: 1-384-3887 — 1-384-2232 



Destiny is not a matter of chance, 
It is a matter of choice; 
It is not a thing to be waited for, 
It is a thing to be achieved. 



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A & J 
TOOL & FINDING CO, 

INC. 



6 West Bacon St. 

Plainville MA. 02762 

Tel. 695-6631 

695-5211 



'Best Of Luck, 
Graduates" 




WRENTHAM FOOD 

MART AND NORFOLK 

FOOD MART 



DAN POIRIER'S 

FLOOR 

COVERINGS 



^^ 17 *\»^ 


Linoleum- 


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f|p""""~*^ *Free 


Ml ) Estimates 


Eg / * Expert 


/if / Installation 


g / j^ikii 




W/Y^//r////M/0f%B MX 



Deebs, Where Are You? 
These Hallowed Halls 
Just Aren't The Same! 



NORFOLK HOUSE OF PIZZA 



158 Main Street 
Norfolk, MA. 
Tel. 528-5355 




Compliments 
Of 



RAY'S 



God-speed towards a new and brighter horizon 

"78". 

Congratulations Kim and Eileen love and best 
wishes-Dad 

Congratulations to the class of "78" From the 
Newell family. 
Mrs. Eleanor Reed Alter 



PLAINVILLE 

INSURANCE 

AGENCY, INC. 



119 South St. 

Plainville, Mass. 02762 

Tel. 695-3528 

Thomas H. Cuddy, Jr. 



Best Wishes To 
Lisa And The Class Of '78 



NORFOLK 

PHARMACY 

PRESCRIPTION 

CENTER 



8 Rockwood Rd. 
Norfolk, Mass. 02056 



BOULEVARD 
PIZZA 



Kelly Blvd. 
North Attleboro 

Enjoy our delicious 

pizza, grinders and 

spaghetti 

For Faster Service 

Call: 

669-4449 

669-4440 



209 



RED BARON LOUNGE 

105 South St. 
Plainville, Mass 



*Entertainment Nightly 

*Luncheon Specials 
*Weddings — Banquets 



SPOTLESS CARPET INC. 



Sales - Installation - Cleaning 
- Repairs 

529 Franklin St. On Rt. 140 
Wrentham, MA. 02093 

Promat Professional 
Services 



"Congratulations 
Larry" 



B & E 

PLUMBING 

AND HEATING, 

INC 



*New Installations 
*Gas Installations 



158 Main Street 

Norfolk, MA 

02056 



DONALD E. FISHER - 
DENTIST 

Genevieve Szcze Paniak 



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FOXBORO FEDERAL 

SAVINGS AND LOAN 

ASS. 



1 Central Street 

Foxboro, Mass. 02035 

(617) 543-5321 

Branch Office 

158 Main Street 

Norfolk, Mass. 02056 

(617) 528-4900 



Congratulations 

To The Class 

Of 1978 





Foxboro: 15 Mechanic St. 

Foxboro, Mass. 02035 

(617) 543-4881 

Norfolk: 158 Main St. 

Norfolk, Mass. 02056 

(617) 528-1454 



STANLEY INSURANCE 
AGENCY INC. 



yV. 



Ralph F. Parrow 

Vice President - 

Norfolk Branch 



210 



PLAINVILLE 
DRUGS, INC. 



Congradulations Laurie P. 
From Dad, Mom, Elise 

Best Wishes For An Exciting 

And Fullfilling Future 
-Mr. & Mrs. Lester Ribero 

Best Of Luck From Iced T 
Good Luck Little Ones - Love, Wilk 



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CROSBY 
VALVE 

AND 
GAUGE 



"Good Luck To The Class Of '78" 



CUSTOM CONSTRUCTION CO. 



*Remodeling 
*Custom Building 
* Roofing 
*Kitchens 



*Bathrooms 
*Playrooms 
*Additions 
*Family Rooms 



*Everything Electrical 
Tom Pezold Jerry Bourque 



211 




ROYAL HINGE AND DIE CO., 

INC. 



P.O. Box 608 

North Attleboro, Mass. 02760 



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